Tips for your child's therapy
We know that therapy can be difficult at times. That’s why we gathered some tips to help you create routines and support your child during training.
Strategies to control the game
Since every brain is different, we asked people how they control the game.
Here are their strategies! Try them out and see if they work for you too!
It is supposed to be difficult!
The training can be very challenging – but no rewards without effort – so it’s important to keep encouraging your child during training. The results are worth the effort!
Tips to help your child during training
Encourage your child
The training may be difficult – but that’s part of the learning process. If it feels hard, remind your child that this means they are challenging their mind to grow stronger.
Keep your spirits high
Sometimes your child will not want to train and that is ok. Try not to get frustrated but look instead at the progress that you already made!
Let your child watch you train
Train yourself while your child is watching – children like to copy their parent’s behaviour. It might also help them feel less alienated because they are not the only ones training.
Integrate the therapy into your everyday life as something nice you do together.
Need more help?
Our Brainhero Care Team is happy to help!